Brother QL-580N Printer User Manual

Multi-Protocol On-board Ethernet Print Server
NETWORK
USER’S GUIDE
QL-580N / 1060N
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IMPORTANT NOTE:
„ Windows® XP in this document represents Windows® XP Professional, and Windows® XP Home Edition.
In addition, Windows® XP in this document does not represent Windows XP x64 Edition.
„ Windows Server® 2003 in this document does not represent Windows Server® 2003 x64 Edition.
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must be made from within that country.
In USA
1-877-BROTHER
In Canada
1-877-BROTHER
In Europe
Visit http://www.brother.com for contact information
on your local Brother office.
If you have any comments or suggestions, write to us at:
In USA
Printer Customer Support
Brother International Corporation 26250 Enterprise Ct. # 250 Lake Forest, CA 92630
In Canada
Brother International Corporation (Canada), Ltd.
- Marketing Dept.
1, rue Hôtel de Ville
Dollard-des-Ormeaux, PQ, Canada H9B 3H6
In Europe
European Product & Service Support
1 Tame Street, Audenshaw, Manchester M34 5JE, UK
„ Service center locator (USA)
For the location of a Brother authorized service center, call 1-877-BROTHER.
„ Service center locations (Canada)
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Internet addresses
Brother Global Web Site: http://www.brother.com
For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Product Support and Technical Questions, and Driver Updates and
Utilities: http:/solutions.brother.com
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Table of Contents
1
Introduction
1
Overview....................................................................................................................................................1
Network function features ..........................................................................................................................2
Network printing...................................................................................................................................2
Management utility ..............................................................................................................................2
Types of network connection .....................................................................................................................3
Network connection example ..............................................................................................................3
Protocols....................................................................................................................................................5
TCP/IP protocols and functionalities....................................................................................................5
2
Configuring your network printer
7
Overview....................................................................................................................................................7
IP addresses, subnet masks and gateways ..............................................................................................8
IP address ...........................................................................................................................................8
Subnet mask........................................................................................................................................9
Gateway (and router)...........................................................................................................................9
Setting the IP address and subnet mask .................................................................................................10
Using the BRAdmin Light utility to configure your network printer.....................................................10
Using other methods to configure your machine for a network .........................................................12
Changing the print server settings ...........................................................................................................13
Using the BRAdmin Light utility to change the print server settings .................................................13
Using Web Based Management (web browser) to change the print server settings.........................13
Printing the Printer Settings .....................................................................................................................14
How to print the Printer Settings Page ..............................................................................................14
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Network printing from Windows®: basic TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing
15
Overview..................................................................................................................................................15
Configuring the standard TCP/IP port......................................................................................................16
Printer driver not yet installed ............................................................................................................16
Printer driver already installed ...........................................................................................................18
Other sources of information ...................................................................................................................18
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Network printing from Macintosh®
19
Overview..................................................................................................................................................19
Printing from a Macintosh® using the Simple Network Configuration capabilities...................................19
How to choose the printer driver........................................................................................................19
Other sources of information .............................................................................................................21
5
Driver Deployment Wizard (Windows® only)
22
Overview..................................................................................................................................................22
6
Troubleshooting
23
Overview..................................................................................................................................................23
General problems ....................................................................................................................................24
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Network print software installation problems ...........................................................................................25
Printing problems.....................................................................................................................................26
Protocol-specific troubleshooting.............................................................................................................27
Web Based Management (web browser) troubleshooting (TCP/IP)..................................................27
A
Appendix A
28
Using services .........................................................................................................................................28
Other ways to set the IP address (for advanced users and administrators) ............................................28
Using DHCP to configure the IP address ..........................................................................................28
Using BOOTP to configure the IP address........................................................................................28
Using RARP to configure the IP address .........................................................................................29
Using APIPA to configure the IP address..........................................................................................30
Using ARP to configure the IP address .............................................................................................30
Using the Telnet console to configure the IP address .......................................................................31
Using the Brother Web BRAdmin server software for IIS* to configure the IP address ....................32
B
Appendix B
33
Print server specifications........................................................................................................................33
Ethernet wired network......................................................................................................................33
Computer requirements.....................................................................................................................33
Management utilities..........................................................................................................................34
C
Appendix C
35
Open Source Licensing Remarks ............................................................................................................35
Open SSL statements .......................................................................................................................35
D
Index
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1
Introduction
1
1
Overview
1
The Brother printer can be shared on a 10/100Mb wired Ethernet network using the internal network print
server. The print server provides printing services for Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista®,
Windows Server® 2003 supporting the TCP/IP protocols and Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater supporting
TCP/IP. The following chart shows which network features and connections are supported by each operating
system.
Operating Systems
10/100
BASE-TX
Wired
Ethernet
(TCP/IP)
Printing BRAdmin BRAdmin
Status Driver
Web
Light
Professional 1 Monitor Deployment BRAdmin 1
Wizard
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Windows Vista®
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BRAdmin Professional and Web BRAdmin are available as a download from http://solutions.brother.com
To use the Brother printer through a network, you need to configure the print server, and set up the computers
you use.
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Introduction
Network function features
1
1
The Brother QL-580N/1060N has the following basic network functions.
Network printing
1
The print server provides printing services for Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista® and
Windows Server® 2003 supporting the TCP/IP protocols and Macintosh supporting TCP/IP (Mac OS® X
10.3.9 or greater).
Management utility
1
BRAdmin Light
1
BRAdmin Light is a utility for initial setup of Brother network connected devices. This utility can search for
Brother products on your network, view the status and configure basic network settings, such as IP address.
The BRAdmin Light utility is available for Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista®, Windows Server® 2003 and
Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater computers. For installing BRAdmin Light, see the Setup & Operation Guide we
provided with the machine.
For details on BRAdmin Light, visit us at http://solutions.brother.com
BRAdmin Professional (for Windows®)
1
BRAdmin Professional is a utility for more advanced management of network connected Brother devices.
This utility can search for Brother products on your network, view the status and configure the network
settings from a computer running Windows® system. BRAdmin Professional has additional features to
BRAdmin Light. For details and to download, visit us at http://solutions.brother.com
Web BRAdmin (For Windows®)
1
Web BRAdmin is a utility for managing network connected Brother devices. This utility can search for Brother
products on your network, view the status and configure the network settings. Unlike BRAdmin Professional,
which is designed for Windows® only, the Web BRAdmin server utility can be accessed from any client PC
with a web browser that supports JRE (Java Runtime Environment). By installing the Web BRAdmin server
utility on a PC running IIS 1, administrators with a web browser can connect to the Web BRAdmin server,
which then communicates with the device itself.
For details and to download, visit us at http://solutions.brother.com
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Internet Information Server 4.0 or Internet Information Service 5.0 / 5.1 / 6.0 / 7.0
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Introduction
Types of network connection
1
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Network connection example
1
Generally there are two types of network connections: Peer-to-Peer and Network Shared environment.
Peer-to-Peer printing using TCP/IP
1
In a Peer-to-Peer environment, each computer directly sends and receives data to each device. There is no
central server controlling file access or printer sharing.
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Macintosh
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TCP/IP
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TCP/IP
1 Router
2 Network printer
„ In a smaller network of 2 or 3 computers, we recommend the Peer-to-Peer printing method as it is easier
to configure than the Network Shared printing method described on the following page. See Network
Shared printing on page 4.
„ Each computer must use the TCP/IP Protocol.
„ The Brother machine needs to have an appropriate IP address configuration.
„ If you are using routers, the Gateway address must be configured on the computers and the Brother
machine.
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Introduction
Network Shared printing
1
In a Network Shared environment, each computer sends data via a centrally controlled computer. This type
of computer is often called a “Server” or a “Print Server”. Its job is to control the printing of all print jobs.
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TCP/IP
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2 Also known as “Server” or “Printer server”
3 Network printer
4 TCP/IP, USB
„ In a larger network, we recommend a Network Shared printing environment.
„ The “server” or the “print server” must use the TCP/IP protocol.
„ The Brother machine needs to have an appropriate IP address configuration unless the machine is
connected via the USB interface at the server.
„ For more information, visit us at http://solutions.brother.com
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1
Introduction
Protocols
1
1
TCP/IP protocols and functionalities
1
Protocols are the standardized sets of rules for transmitting data on a network. Protocols allow users to gain
access to network connected resources.
The print server used on this Brother product supports the TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet
Protocol) protocol.
TCP/IP is the most popular set of protocols used for communication such as Internet and E-mail. This protocol
can be used in almost all operating systems such as Windows®, Macintosh® and Linux.
The following TCP/IP protocols are available on this Brother product.
Note
You can configure the protocol settings by using the HTTP (web browser). See Using Web Based
Management (web browser) to change the print server settings on page 13.
DHCP/BOOTP/RARP
1
By using the DHCP/BOOTP/RARP protocols, the IP address can be automatically configured.
Note
To use the DHCP/BOOTP/RARP protocols, contact your network administrator.
APIPA
1
If you do not assign an IP address manually (using the BRAdmin software) or automatically (using a
DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server), the Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) protocol will automatically
assign an IP address from the range 169.254.1.0 to 169.254.254.255.
DNS client
1
The Brother print server supports the Domain Name Service (DNS) client function. This function allows the
print server to communicate with other devices by using its DNS name.
LPR/LPD
1
Commonly used printing protocols on a TCP/IP network.
Port9100
1
Another commonly used printing protocol on a TCP/IP network.
mDNS
1
mDNS allows the Brother print server to automatically configure itself to work in a Mac OS® X Simple Network
Configured system. (Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater).
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Introduction
Telnet
1
1
The Brother print server supports Telnet server for command line configuration.
SNMP
1
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is used to manage network devices including computers,
printers and terminals in a TCP/IP network.
Web server (HTTP)
1
The Brother print server is equipped with a web server that allows you to monitor its status or change some
of its configuration settings.
Note
We recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0® (or higher), Firefox® 2.0 (or higher) for Windows®, and
Safari™ 1.2 (or higher) for Macintosh®. Make sure that JavaScript and Cookies are always enabled in
whichever browser you use. We recommend you upgrade to Safari™ 1.2 or higher to enable JavaScript.
If a different web browser is used, make sure it is compatible with HTTP 1.0 and HTTP 1.1.
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2
Configuring your network printer
2
Overview
2
Before using your Brother printer in a network environment, you must configure the TCP/IP settings. In this
chapter, you will learn the basic steps required to print over the network using the TCP/IP protocol.
We recommend that you use the automatic installer application on the CD-ROM we have provided with the
machine. By using this application, you can easily connect your machine to your network and install the
network software and printer driver which you need to complete the network configuration. You will be guided
by the on-screen instructions until you are able to use your Brother network printer. Follow the instructions in
the supplied Setup & Operation Guide.
If you want to configure your machine without using the automatic installer application, refer to the remainder
of this chapter for more information.
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2
Configuring your network printer
IP addresses, subnet masks and gateways
2
To use the machine in a networked TCP/IP environment, you need to configure the IP address and subnet
mask. The IP address you assign to the print server must be on the same logical network as your host
computers. If it is not, you must properly configure the subnet mask and the gateway address.
2
IP address
2
An IP address is a series of numbers that identifies each computer connected to a network. An IP address
consists of four numbers separated by dots. Each number is between 0 and 255.
„ Example: In a small network, you would normally change the final numbers.
• 192.168.1.1
• 192.168.1.2
• 192.168.1.3
How the IP address is assigned to your print server:
2
If you have a DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server in your network (typically a Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista®,
Windows Server® 2003, or UNIX®/Linux network) the print server will automatically obtain its IP address from
the server and register its name with any RFC 1001 and 1002-compliant dynamic name services.
Note
On smaller networks, the DHCP server may be the router.
For details on DHCP, BOOTP and RARP, see Using DHCP to configure the IP address on page 28, Using
BOOTP to configure the IP address on page 28 and Using RARP to configure the IP address on page 29.
If you do not have a DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server, the Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) protocol will
automatically assign an IP address from the range 169.254.1.0 to 169.254.254.255. For details on APIPA,
see Using APIPA to configure the IP address on page 30.
If the APIPA protocol is disabled, the IP address of a Brother print server is 192.0.0.192. However, you can
easily change this IP address number to match with the IP address details of your network. For details on
how to change the IP address, see Setting the IP address and subnet mask on page 10.
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Configuring your network printer
Subnet mask
2
Subnet masks restrict network communication.
„ Example: Computer 1 can talk to Computer 2
2
• Computer 1
IP Address:192.168.1.2
Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
• Computer 2
IP Address:192.168.1.3
Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
Note
0 denotes that there is no limit to communication at this part of the address.
In the above example, we can communicate with anything that has an IP address that begins with
192.168.1.X.
Gateway (and router)
2
A gateway is a network point that acts as an entrance to another network and sends data transmitted via the
network to an exact destination. The router knows where to direct data that arrives at the gateway. If a
destination is located at an external network, the router transmits data to the external network. If your network
communicates with other networks, you may need to configure the Gateway IP address. If you do not know
the Gateway IP address then contact your Network Administrator.
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Configuring your network printer
Setting the IP address and subnet mask
2
Using the BRAdmin Light utility to configure your network printer
2
2
BRAdmin Light
2
The BRAdmin Light utility is designed for initial setup of Brother network connected devices. It can also
search for Brother products in a TCP/IP environment, view the status and configure basic network settings,
such as IP address. The BRAdmin Light utility is available for Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista®,
Windows Server® 2003 and Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater.
Note
• Use the BRAdmin Light utility version that was supplied on the CD-ROM with your Brother product. You
can also download the latest version of BRAdmin Light utility from http://solutions.brother.com
• If you require more advanced printer management, use the latest version of BRAdmin Professional utility
that is available as a download from http://solutions.brother.com This utility is only available for Windows®
users.
• If you are using personal firewall software (e.g. Windows Firewall), disable it. Once you are sure that you
can print, re-start your personal firewall software.
• Node name: Node name appears in current BRAdmin Light. The default Node name of the network card
in the machine is “BRNxxxxxxxxxxxx” (“xxxxxxxxxxxx” is the Ethernet address.).
• The default password for Brother print servers is access.
a
Start the BRAdmin Light utility.
„ For Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista® and Windows Server® 2003 users
Click Start / All Programs 1 / Brother / BRAdmin Light / BRAdmin Light.
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Programs for Windows® 2000 users
„ For Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater users
Double-click Macintosh HD (Startup Disk) / Library / Printers / Brother / P-touch Utilities /
BRAdmin Light.jar file.
b
BRAdmin Light will search for new devices automatically.
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Configuring your network printer
c
Double-click the unconfigured device.
Windows®
Macintosh®
2
Note
• If the print server is set to its factory default settings without using a DHCP/BOOTP/RARP server, the
device will appear as Unconfigured in the BRAdmin Light utility screen.
• If the device requires a password, the default password is access.
• You can find the node name and Ethernet address by printing out the Printer Settings Page. See Printing
the Printer Settings on page 14.
d
Choose Static from Boot Method. Enter the IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway (if needed) of
your print server.
Windows®
e
f
Macintosh®
Click OK.
With the correctly programmed IP address, you will see the Brother print server in the device list.
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Configuring your network printer
Using other methods to configure your machine for a network
2
You can configure your network printer using other methods. See Other ways to set the IP address (for
advanced users and administrators) on page 28.
2
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Configuring your network printer
Changing the print server settings
2
Using the BRAdmin Light utility to change the print server settings
a
2
2
Start the BRAdmin Light utility.
„ For Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista® and Windows Server® 2003 users
Click Start / All Programs 1 / Brother / BRAdmin Light / BRAdmin Light.
1
Programs for Windows® 2000 users
„ For Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater users
Double-click Macintosh HD (Startup Disk) / Library / Printers / Brother / P-touch Utilities /
BRAdmin Light.jar file.
b
c
d
e
Choose the print server which you want to change the settings.
Choose Network Configuration from the Control menu.
Enter a password. The default Password is access.
You can now change the print server settings.
Note
For Windows only: If you want to change more advanced settings, use the BRAdmin Professional utility
that is available as a download from http://solutions.brother.com
Using Web Based Management (web browser) to change the print server
settings
2
A standard web browser can be used to change your print server settings using the HTTP (Hyper Text
Transfer Protocol).
Note
We recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0® (or higher), Firefox® 2.0 (or higher) for Windows®, and
Safari™ 1.2 (or higher) for Macintosh®. Make sure that JavaScript and Cookies are always enabled in
whichever browser you use. We recommend you upgrade to Safari™ 1.2 or higher to enable JavaScript.
To use a web browser, you will need to know the IP address of the print server.
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Configuring your network printer
a
Type http://printer_ip_address/ into your browser. (Where printer_ip_address is the IP
address or the print server name)
„ For example:
http://192.168.1.2/ (if the printer’s IP address is 192.168.1.2.)
2
Note
If you have edited the hosts file on your computer or are using a Domain Name System, you can also enter
the DNS name of the print server. As the print server supports TCP/IP and NetBIOS, you can also enter
the NetBIOS name of the print server. The NetBIOS name can be seen on the printer settings page. The
NetBIOS name assigned is the first 15 characters of the node name and by default it will appear as
“BRNxxxxxxxxxxxx” where “xxxxxxxxxxxx” is the Ethernet address.
b
c
d
e
Click Network Configuration.
Enter a user name and a password. The User Name is admin and the default Password is access.
Click OK.
You can now change the print server settings.
Printing the Printer Settings
Note
Node name: Node name appears in the Printer Settings Page. The default Node name of the network card
in the printer is “BRNxxxxxxxxxxxx” where “xxxxxxxxxxxx” is the Ethernet address.
The Printer Settings Page prints a report listing the network settings. You can print the Printer Settings Page
using the cut button of the printer.
How to print the Printer Settings Page
a
Make sure that the DK roll is set and the front cover is closed.
To print the Printer Settings Page, we recommend to use 4” (102mm) DK roll for QL-1060N, and 2.4”
(62mm) DK roll for QL-580N.
b
c
Turn on the printer.
2
Press and hold the Cut button.
Note
• To reset network setting and turn APIPA ON
Press the ON/OFF button to switch the machine OFF. Then, hold down the ON/OFF button for two
seconds. Continue holding down the ON/OFF button, and press the CUT button twice. All the network
settings will be reset.
• To reset network setting and turn APIPA OFF
Press the ON/OFF button to switch the machine OFF. Then, hold down the ON/OFF button for two
seconds. Continue holding down the ON/OFF button, and press the CUT button four times. All the
network settings will be reset.
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Network printing from Windows®: basic
TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing
Overview
3
3
If you are a Windows® user and want to print using the TCP/IP protocol in a Peer-to-Peer environment, follow
the instructions in this chapter. This chapter explains how to install the network software and the printer driver
which you will need in order to use your network printer. These can be installed from the included CD-ROM.
Note
• You must configure the IP address on your printer before you proceed with this chapter. If you need to
configure the IP address, see Chapter 2 first.
• Verify the host computer and print server are either on the same subnet, or that the router is properly
configured to pass data between the two devices.
• The default password for Brother print servers is access.
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Network printing from Windows®: basic TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing
Configuring the standard TCP/IP port
3
Printer driver not yet installed
3
For Windows Vista®
3
a
b
c
d
Click the Start button, Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, and then Printers.
e
Enter the IP address, or the print server name you wish to configure. The Wizard will automatically enter
the Port name information for you, then click Next.
f
Windows Vista® will now contact the printer that you specified. If you did not specify the correct IP
address or name then an error dialog will appear.
g
Now that you have configured the port, you must specify which printer driver you wish to use. Choose
the appropriate driver from the list of supported printers. If you are using a driver supplied with the printer
on CD-ROM then choose the Have Disk option to browse to the CD-ROM.
h
For example, choose the “X:\your language\Brother QL\Drivers\QL-XXX\x86 or x64\Driver\i386 or x64”
folder (where X is your drive letter. XXX is your model name). Click Open, and then OK. Choose your
printer model, then click Next.
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Specify a name and click Next.
Click Add a printer.
Choose Add a local printer.
You must now choose the correct Network printing port. Choose Create a new port and choose
Standard TCP/IP Port from the pull-down window, then click Next.
Note
• When the User Account Control screen appears, click Continue.
• If the printer driver that you are installing does not have a Digital Certificate you will see a warning
message. Click Install this driver software anyway to continue with the installation.
j
Continue through the Wizard clicking Finish when complete.
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3
Network printing from Windows®: basic TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing
For Windows® 2000/XP and Windows Server® 2003
3
a
For Windows® XP and Windows Server® 2003: Click the Start button and choose Printers and Faxes.
For Windows® 2000: Click the Start button, choose Settings and then Printers.
b
For Windows® XP and Windows Server® 2003: Click Add a printer to start the Add Printer Wizard.
For Windows® 2000: Double click the Add Printer icon to start the Add Printer Wizard.
3
c
d
Click Next when you see the Welcome to the Add Printer Wizard screen.
e
You must now choose the correct Network printing port. Choose Create a new port and choose
Standard TCP/IP Port from the pull-down window, then click Next.
f
g
The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard will now appear. Click Next.
h
Windows® 2000/XP and Windows Server® 2003 will now contact the printer that you specified. If you did
not specify the correct IP address or name then an error dialog will appear.
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j
Click Finish to complete the Wizard.
k
For example, choose the “X:\your language\Brother QL\Drivers\QL-XXX\x86 or x64\Driver\i386 or x64”
folder (where X is your drive letter. XXX is your model name). Click Open, and then OK. Choose your
printer model, then click Next.
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Specify a name and click Next.
Choose Local printer and deselect the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer
option, then click Next.
Enter the IP address, or the print server name you wish to configure. The Wizard will automatically enter
the Port name information for you, then click Next.
Now that you have configured the port, you must specify which printer driver you wish to use. Choose
the appropriate driver from the list of supported printers. If you are using a driver supplied with the printer
on CD-ROM then choose the Have Disk option to browse to the CD-ROM.
Continue through the Wizard clicking Finish when complete.
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Network printing from Windows®: basic TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer printing
Printer driver already installed
3
If you have already installed the printer driver and wish to configure it for network printing, follow these steps:
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
For Windows Vista®:
Click the Start button, Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, and then Printers.
For Windows® XP and Windows Server® 2003:
Click the Start button and choose Printers and Faxes windows.
For Windows® 2000:
Click the Start button and choose Settings and then Printers.
3
Right click on the printer driver you wish to configure, and then choose Properties.
Click the Ports tab and click Add Port.
Choose the port that you wish to use. Typically this would be Standard TCP/IP Port. Then click the
New Port... button.
The Standard TCP/IP Port Wizard will start.
Enter the IP address, or the print server name of your network printer. Click Next.
Click Finish.
Close Printer Ports and Properties dialog box.
Other sources of information
3
See Chapter 2 of this User’s Guide to learn how to configure the IP address of the printer.
For more information, visit us at http://solutions.brother.com
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4
Network printing from Macintosh®
4
Overview
4
This chapter explains how to print from a Macintosh® on a Network using the Simple Network Configuration
capabilities in Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater.
Printing from a Macintosh® using the Simple Network
Configuration capabilities
4
4
The Simple Network Configuration capabilities of Mac OS® X lets you create an instant network of computers
and smart devices by connecting them to each other. The smart devices automatically configure themselves
to be compatible with your network. Before using the Simple Network Configuration capabilities, you must
install the printer driver. For installing the printer driver, see the Setup & Operation Guide we provided with
the printer.
You do not need to manually configure any IP address or network strings within the printer as the printer will
automatically configure itself.
How to choose the printer driver
4
For Mac OS® X 10.3.9 - 10.4.x
a
b
c
d
e
Press the ON/OFF button to turn the machine on.
From the Go menu, select Applications.
Open the Utilities folder.
Double click the Printer Setup Utility icon.
Click Add.
For Mac OS® X 10.3.9 users, Go to the next step.
For Mac OS® X 10.4.x users, Go to step g.
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Network printing from Macintosh®
f
Make the following selection.
4
g
Choose your printer and then click Add. The printer is now ready to print.
(Mac OS® X 10.3.9)
(Mac OS® X 10.4.x)
For Mac OS® X 10.5
a
b
c
d
Press the ON/OFF button to turn the machine on.
From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
Click Print & Fax.
Click the + button to add your machine.
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Network printing from Macintosh®
e
Choose Brother QL-XXX (XXX is your model name), and then click Add.
4
f
From the Default Printer pull-down list choose your model to set as the default printer. The printer is
now ready.
Other sources of information
4
How to configure the IP address of the printer, see Configuring your network printer on page 7.
For information about manual configuration, refer to the Setup & Operation Guide.
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5
Driver Deployment Wizard
(Windows only)
®
5
Overview
5
The Driver Deployment Wizard software can be used to ease the installation or even automate the installation
of a locally connected or network connected printers. The Driver Deployment Wizard can also be used to
create self running executable files which when run on a remote PC, completely automate the installation of
a printer driver. The remote PC does not have to be connected to a network.
For details and to download, visit us at http://solutions.brother.com
5
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6
Troubleshooting
6
Overview
6
This chapter explains how to resolve typical network problems you may encounter when using the Brother
network printer. If, after reading this chapter, you are unable to resolve your problem, please visit the Brother
Solutions Center at: http://solutions.brother.com
This chapter is divided into the following sections:
„ General problems
„ Network print software installation problems
„ Printing problems
„ Protocol-specific troubleshooting
6
„ Others
23
Troubleshooting
General problems
6
CD-ROM is inserted, but does not start automatically
6
If your computer does not support Autorun, the menu will not start automatically after inserting the CD-ROM.
In this case, execute Setup.exe in the root directory of the CD-ROM.
My computer can not find the printer/print server
I can not make a necessary connection to the printer/print server.
My printer/print server does not appear in the window of BRAdmin Light
6
„ For Windows®
The Firewall setting on your computer may be rejecting the necessary network connection. In this case,
you will need to disable the Firewall on your computer and re-install the drivers.
Windows® XP SP2 users:
a
b
c
d
6
Click the Start button, Settings, and then Control Panel.
Double click Windows Firewall.
Click the General tab. Verify that Off (not recommended) is chosen.
Click OK.
Windows® XP SP1 users:
6
a
Locate the “Windows” key on your keyboard. These are the keys with the Windows logo on it.
b
c
Press the “Windows” key plus the “E” key to open My Computer.
d
Click the Advanced tab. Under Internet Connection Firewall, verify that the box next to Protect
my computer... is unchecked. If the box is chosen, click the box to remove the check. Then, click OK.
e
Once your firewall is disabled, try reinstalling the Brother software package. For instructions on how
to install from the CD-ROM, use the Setup & Operation Guide we have provided with the printer.
f
If the installation completed successfully, the Firewall on your computer was rejecting the necessary
network connection. In this case, you will need to disable the Firewall on your computer whenever
you install the network drivers.
On the left, right click My Network Places, click Properties, then right click Local Area Connection
and click Properties.
Note
After the Brother software package is installed, re-enable your Firewall.
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6
Troubleshooting
Network print software installation problems
6
The Brother print server is not found during the setup of the network print software or from the
installation of the Brother printer driver.
6
Make sure you have completed the IP address setting of the Brother print server according to the Setup &
Operation Guide before installing the network print software or printer driver.
Check the following:
a
b
c
6
Make sure that the printer is powered on, is on-line and ready to print.
Print the Printer Settings Page and check if the settings such as IP address settings are correct for your
network. The problem may be the result of a mismatched or duplicate IP address. Verify that the IP
address is correctly loaded into the print server, and make sure that no other nodes on the network have
this IP address. For details on how to print the Printer Settings Page, see Printing the Printer
Settings on page 14.
Verify that the print server is on your network as follows:
„ For Windows®
Try pinging the print server from the host operating system command prompt with the command:
ping ipaddress
Where ipaddress is the print server IP address (note that in some instances it can take up to two
minutes for the print server to load its IP address after setting the IP address).
„ For Macintosh®
d
1
From the Go menu, choose Applications.
2
Open the Utilities folder.
3
Double click the Terminal icon.
4
Try pinging the print server from the Terminal window:
ping ipaddress
Where ipaddress is the print server IP address (note that in some instances it can take up to
two minutes for the print server to load its IP address after setting the IP address).
(For Windows®) If the installation failed, the Firewall on your computer may be blocking the necessary
network connection to the printer. In this case, you will need to disable the Firewall on your computer
and re-install the drivers. For details on how to disable the Firewall, see For Windows® on page 24.
25
6
Troubleshooting
Printing problems
6
Print job is not printed
6
Make sure the status and configuration of the print server. Check the following:
a
b
Make sure that the printer is powered on, is on-line and ready to print.
c
Verify that the print server is on your network as follows:
Print the Printer Settings Page of the printer and check if the settings such as IP address settings are
correct for your network. The problem may be the result of a mismatched or duplicate IP address. Verify
that the IP address is correctly loaded into the print server, and make sure that no other nodes on the
network have this IP address.
„ For Windows®
1
6
Try pinging the print server from the host operating system command prompt with the command:
ping ipaddress
Where ipaddress is the print server IP address (note that in some instances it can take up to
two minutes for the print server to load its IP address after setting the IP address).
„ For Macintosh®
1
From the Go menu, choose Applications.
2
Open the Utilities folder.
3
Double click the Terminal icon.
4
Try pinging the print server from the Terminal window:
ping ipaddress
Where ipaddress is the print server IP address (note that in some instances it can take up to
two minutes for the print server to load its IP address after setting the IP address).
Error during printing
6
If you try to print while other users are printing large amounts of data (e.g. many pages or pages with a large
amount of graphics at high resolution), the printer is unable to accept your print job until the ongoing printing
is finished. If the waiting time of your print job exceeds a certain limit, a time out situation occurs, which causes
the error message. In such situations, execute the print job again after the other jobs are completed.
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Troubleshooting
Protocol-specific troubleshooting
6
Web Based Management (web browser) troubleshooting (TCP/IP)
6
a
If you can not connect to the print server using your web browser it may be worth checking the Proxy
Settings of your browser. Look in the Exceptions setting and if necessary, type in the IP address of the
print server. This will stop your computer from trying to connect to your ISP or proxy server every time
you wish to look at the print server.
b
Make sure that you are using the proper web browser, we recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0®
(or higher), Firefox® 2.0 (or higher) for Windows®, and Safari™ 1.2 (or higher) for Macintosh®. Make sure
that JavaScript and Cookies are always enabled in whichever browser you use. We recommend you
upgrade to Safari™ 1.2 or higher to enable JavaScript.
6
Others
6
When you use BRAdmin, you will see 6 different Status indicators in English. (For non-English users, refer to
the following chart for the definition.)
Display
Deutsch
Français
Nederlands
Español
Português
READY
BEREIT
PRÊT
GEREED
LISTO
PRONTO
COOLING
ABKÜHLUNG
REFROIDIT
AFKOELEN
ENFRIANDO
A ARREFECER
PRINTING
DRUCKT
IMPRIME
PRINTEN
IMPRIMIENDO
A IMPRIMIR
BUSY
BESCHÄFTIGT
OCCUPE
BEZIG
OCUPADO
OCUPADO
COVER OPEN
ABDECKUNG OFFEN
CAPOT OUVERT
KLEP OPEN
CUBIERTA ABIERTA
TAMPA ABERTA
ERROR
FEHLER
ERREUR
FOUT
ERROR
ERRO
Display
READY
Italiano
PRONTO
Dansk
KLAR
Svenska
REDO
Suomi
VALMIS
Norsk
KLAR
COOLING
RAFFREDAMENTO
KØLING
SVALNAR
JÄÄHTYY
KJØLING
PRINTING
STAMPA
UDSKRIVNING
SKRIVER
TULOSTAA
SKRIVER
BUSY
OCCUPATO
OPTAGET
UPPTAGEN
VARATTU
OPPTATT
COVER OPEN
COPERCHIO APERTO
LÅGE ÅBEN
LUCKA ÖPPEN
KANSI AUKI
DEKSEL ÅPENT
ERROR
ERRORE
FEJL
FEL
VIRHE
FEIL
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A
Appendix A
A
Using services
A
A service is a resource that can be accessed by computers that wish to print to the Brother print server. The
Brother print server provides the following predefined services (do a SHOW SERVICE command in the
Brother print server remote console to see a list of available services): Enter HELP at the command prompt
for a list of supported commands.
Service (Example)
Definition
BINARY_P1
TCP/IP binary
Other ways to set the IP address (for advanced users and
administrators)
A
For details on how to configure your network printer using the BRAdmin Light utility or Web Based
Management (web browser), see Setting the IP address and subnet mask on page 10.
Using DHCP to configure the IP address
A
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is one of several automated mechanisms for IP address
allocation. If you have a DHCP server in your network, the print server will automatically obtain its IP address
from the DHCP server and register its name with any RFC 1001 and 1002-compliant dynamic name services.
Note
If you do not want your print server configured via DHCP, BOOTP or RARP, you must set the boot method
to static so that the print server has a static IP address. This will prevent the print server from trying to
obtain an IP address from any of these systems. To change the boot method, use BRAdmin application
or Web Based Management (web browser).
Using BOOTP to configure the IP address
A
BOOTP is an alternative to RARP that has the advantage of allowing configuration of the subnet mask and
gateway. In order to use BOOTP to configure the IP address make sure that BOOTP is installed and running
on your host computer (it should appear in the /etc/services file on your host as a real service;
type man bootpd or see your system documentation for details). BOOTP is usually started up via the
/etc/inetd.conf file, so you may need to enable it by removing the “#” in front of the bootp entry in that
file. For example, a typical BOOTP entry in the /etc/inetd.conf file would be:
#bootp dgram udp wait /usr/etc/bootpd bootpd -i
Depending on the system, this entry might be called “BOOTPS” instead of BOOTP”.
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A
Appendix A
Note
In order to enable BOOTP, simply use an editor to delete the“#” (if there is no “#”, then BOOTP is already
enabled). Then edit the BOOTP configuration file (usually /etc/bootptab) and enter the name, network type
(1 for Ethernet), Ethernet address and the IP address, subnet mask and gateway of the print server.
Unfortunately, the exact format for doing this is not standardized, so you will need to see your system
documentation to determine how to enter this information (many UNIX® systems also have template
examples in the bootptab file that you can use for reference). Some examples of typical /etc/bootptab
entries include:
BRN008077310107 1
00:80:77:31:01:07 192.168.1.2
and:
BRN008077310107:ht=ethernet:ha=008077310107:\
ip=192.168.1.2:
Certain BOOTP host software implementations will not respond to BOOTP requests if you have not included
a download filename in the configuration file. If this is the case, simply create a null file on the host and specify
the name of this file and its path in the configuration file.
A
As with RARP, the print server will load its IP address from the BOOTP server when the machine is powered
on.
Using RARP to configure the IP address
A
The Brother print server’s IP address can be configured using the Reverse ARP (RARP) facility on your host
computer. This is done by editing the /etc/ethers file (if this file does not exist, you can create it) with an
entry similar to the following:
00:80:77:31:01:07
BRN008077310107
Where the first entry is the Ethernet address of the print server and the second entry is the name of the print
server (the name must be the same as the one you put in the /etc/hosts file).
If the RARP daemon is not already running, start it (depending on the system the command can be rarpd,
rarpd -a, in.rarpd -a or something else; type man rarpd or see your system documentation for
additional information). To verify that the RARP daemon is running on a Berkeley UNIX®-based system, type
the following command:
ps -ax | grep -v grep | grep rarpd
For AT&T UNIX®-based systems, type:
ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep rarpd
The Brother print server will get the IP address from the RARP daemon when the printer is powered on.
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Appendix A
Using APIPA to configure the IP address
A
The Brother print server supports the Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) protocol. With APIPA, clients
automatically configure an IP address and subnet mask when a DHCP server is not available. The device
chooses it's own IP address in the range 169.254.1.0 through to 169.254.254.255. The subnet mask is
automatically set to 255.255.0.0 and the gateway address is set to 0.0.0.0.
By default, the APIPA protocol is enabled.
If the APIPA protocol is disabled, the IP address of a Brother print server is 192.0.0.192. However, you can
easily change this IP address number to match with the IP address details of your network.
Using ARP to configure the IP address
A
If you are unable to use the BRAdmin application and your network does not use a DHCP server, you can
also use the ARP command. The ARP command is available on Windows® systems that have TCP/IP
installed as well as UNIX® systems. To use ARP enter the following command at the command prompt:
A
arp -s ipaddress ethernetaddress
ping ipaddress
Where ethernetaddress is the Ethernet address (MAC address) of the print server and ipaddress is the
IP address of the print server. For example:
Windows® systems
A
Windows® systems require the dash “-” character between each digit of the Ethernet address.
arp -s 192.168.1.2 00-80-77-31-01-07
ping 192.168.1.2
UNIX®/Linux systems
A
Typically, UNIX® and Linux systems require the colon “:” character between each digit of the Ethernet
address.
arp -s 192.168.1.2 00:80:77:31:01:07
ping 192.168.1.2
Note
You must be on the same Ethernet segment (that is, there can not be a router between the print server
and operating system) to use the arp -s command.
If there is a router, you may use BOOTP or other methods described in this chapter to enter the IP address.
If your administrator has configured the system to deliver IP addresses using BOOTP, DHCP or RARP
your Brother print server can receive an IP address from any one of these IP address allocation systems.
In which case, you will not need to use the ARP command. The ARP command only works once. For
security reasons, once you have successfully configured the IP address of a Brother print server using the
ARP command, you can not use the ARP command again to change the address. The print server will
ignore any attempts to do this. If you wish to change the IP address again, use Web Based Management
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Appendix A
(web browser), Telnet (using the SET IP ADDRESS command) or factory reset the print server (which will
then allow you to use the ARP command again).
Using the Telnet console to configure the IP address
A
You can also use the Telnet command to change the IP address.
Telnet is an effective method to change the printer’s IP address. But a valid IP address must already be
programmed into the print server.
Type TELNET IP address at the command prompt of the system prompt, where ipaddress is the IP address
of the print server. When you are connected, push the Return or Enter key to get the “#” prompt, enter the
password access (the password will not appear on the screen).
You will be prompted for a user name. Enter anything in response to this prompt.
You will then get the Local> prompt. Type SET IP ADDRESS ipaddress, where ipaddress is the
desired IP address you wish to assign to the print server (check with your network administrator for the IP
address to use). For example:
A
Local> SET IP ADDRESS 192.168.1.3
You will now need to set the subnet mask by typing SET IP SUBNET subnet mask, where subnet mask
is the desired subnet mask you wish to assign to the print server (check with your network administrator for
the subnet mask to use). For example:
Local> SET IP SUBNET 255.255.255.0
If you do not have any subnets, use one of the following default subnet masks:
255.0.0.0 for class A networks
255.255.0.0 for class B networks
255.255.255.0 for class C networks
The leftmost group of digits in your IP address can identify the type of network you have. The value of this
group ranges from 1 through 127 for Class A networks (e.g., 13.27.7.1), 128 through 191 for Class B networks
(e.g.,128.10.1.30), and 192 through 255 for Class C networks (e.g., 192.168.1.4).
If you have a gateway (router), enter its address with the command SET IP ROUTER routeraddress,
where routeraddress is the desired IP address of the gateway you wish to assign to the print server. For
example:
Local> SET IP ROUTER 192.168.1.4
Type SET IP METHOD STATIC to set the method of IP access configuration to static.
To verify that you have entered the IP information correctly, type SHOW IP.
Type EXIT or CTRL-D (i.e., hold down the control key and type “D”) to end the remote console session.
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Appendix A
Using the Brother Web BRAdmin server software for IIS* to configure the IP
address
A
The Web BRAdmin server software is designed to manage all LAN/WAN Brother network connected devices.
By installing the Web BRAdmin server software on a computer running IIS 1, Administrators with a web
browser can connect to the Web BRAdmin server, which then communicates with the device itself. Unlike the
BRAdmin Professional utility - which is designed for Windows® systems only - the Web BRAdmin server
software can be accessed from any client computer with a web browser that supports Java.
Note this software is not included on the CD-ROM that was supplied with your Brother product.
Visit http://solutions.brother.com for details and to download.
1
Internet Information Server 4.0 or Internet Information Service 5.0 / 5.1 / 6.0 / 7.0
A
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B
Appendix B
B
Print server specifications
B
Ethernet wired network
Network node type
B
QL-580N
NC-12002h
QL-1060N
NC-11004h
Operating system
support
Windows®
Protocol support
TCP/IP: IPv4
Network type
10/100BASE-TX Wired Ethernet network
Network printing
Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista® and Windows Server® 2003 TCP/IP
printing
2000/XP, Windows Vista®, Windows Server® 2003,
Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater
ARP, RARP, BOOTP, DHCP, APIPA (Auto IP),
WINS, NetBIOS name resolution, DNS Resolver,
mDNS, LPR/LPD, Custom Raw Port/Port9100, FTP
Server, TELNET, SNMPv1, HTTP server, TFTP client
and server
B
Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater printing
Computer requirements
Computer Platform & Operating
System Version
Processor Minimum Speed
Minimum Recommended Available
RAM
RAM
Hard Disk
Space
2000 Professional
Intel® Pentium® or equivalent
64 MB
128 MB
50 MB
128 MB
256 MB
50 MB
Windows®
Operating
System
Macintosh® 1
Operating
System
1
B
XP Home Edition
XP Professional
Windows Vista®
Intel® Pentium® 4 or equivalent 64bit supported CPU
512 MB
1 GB
50 MB
Windows Server®
2003
Intel® Pentium® III or equivalent
256 MB
512 MB
50 MB
OS® X 10.3.9 or
greater
PowerPC G4/G5, Intel® Core™
Solo/Duo, PowerPC G3 350MHz
128 MB
160 MB
50 MB
Third party USB ports are not supported.
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Appendix B
Management utilities
BRAdmin Light
B
Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista®, Windows Server® 2003
Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or greater
1
BRAdmin Professional 1
Windows® 2000/XP, Windows Vista®, Windows Server® 2003
Web BRAdmin 1
Windows® 2000 Professional, Windows® XP Professional, Windows Vista®,
Windows Server® 2003
BRAdmin Professional and Web BRAdmin are available as a download from http://solutions.brother.com
B
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C
Appendix C
C
Open Source Licensing Remarks
C
Open SSL statements
C
OpenSSL License
C
Copyright © 1998-2007 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the
OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)"
4. The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact opensslcore@openssl.org.
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "OpenSSL" nor may "OpenSSL" appear in their
names without prior written permission of the OpenSSL Project.
6. Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following acknowledgment: "This product includes
software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product
includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
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C
Appendix C
Original SSLeay License
C
Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The implementation was
written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are aheared
to. The following conditions apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc.,
code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation included with this distribution is covered by the same
copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed. If this
package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the author of the parts of the library
used. This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual)
provided with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgement: "This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young
(eay@cryptsoft.com)" The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the library being used are
not cryptographic related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the apps directory (application code)
you must include an acknowledgement: "This product includes software written by Tim Hudson
(tjh@cryptsoft.com)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or derivative of this code cannot be
changed. i.e. this code cannot simply be copied and put under another distribution licence [including the GNU
Public Licence.]
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C
D
Index
A
O
APIPA ...................................................................5, 30
ARP ........................................................................... 30
Open Source Licensing Remarks ............................. 35
B
P
BINARY_P1 .............................................................. 28
BOOTP .................................................................5, 28
BRAdmin Light ......................................... 2, 10, 13, 34
BRAdmin Professional ..........................................2, 34
Brother Solutions Center .......................................2, 10
Password .................................................................. 15
Peer-to-Peer ............................................................... 3
Ping .....................................................................25, 26
Port9100 ..................................................................... 5
Print Server Setting .............................................13, 14
Protocol ....................................................................... 5
C
R
Computer requirements ............................................ 33
RARP ....................................................................5, 29
RFC 1001 ..............................................................8, 28
Router ......................................................................... 9
D
DHCP ....................................................................5, 28
DNS Client .................................................................. 5
Domain ...................................................................... 14
Driver Deployment Wizard ........................................ 22
S
G
Service ...................................................................... 28
SNMP .......................................................................... 6
Specifications ............................................................ 33
Subnet Mask ............................................................... 9
Gateway ...................................................................... 9
T
H
TCP/IP ........................................................................ 5
TCP/IP Printing ......................................................... 15
Telnet ....................................................................6, 31
Trademarks .................................................................. i
Troubleshooting ........................................................ 23
HTTP ........................................................................... 6
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol .................................... 13
I
IIS .............................................................................. 32
IP Address .................................................................. 8
L
D
W
Web Based Management (web browser) ............13, 14
Web BRAdmin ............................................... 2, 32, 34
Web Server ................................................................. 6
LPR/LPD ..................................................................... 5
M
Macintosh Printing .................................................... 19
mDNS ......................................................................... 5
N
Network Printing ........................................................ 15
Network Shared Printing ............................................. 4
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